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Down with the Ship, by Brian Christopher Sargent

  As a researcher and film archivist, the bulk of my day is spent viewing historical images at a news archive near Times Square, where content traditionally emanated across the country in the form of print journalism, newsreels, radio, and

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Life & Struggle of Padma, by Sumon Yusuf

                  Statement: Water is a natural resource vital for basic survival and for the economic development necessary for peace, prosperity, and security. It is central to history, mythology, religion, art, and culture.

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Womankind, by María María Acha-Kutscher

    The main focus of my work is the woman: her history, her struggles for emancipation and equality, and how the feminine has been constructed culturally. I am among the few artists of my generation who define themselves as

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News From the Field

Herman Wallace Dies a Free Man After 41 Years in Solitary Confinement Imprisoned Black Panther Herman Wallace, one of the Louisiana prison inmates who became known as the Angola Three, died last month a free man. Wallace had become a

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Video & Interview
The Street, by Richard Whitlock I Interview by Gregory Sholette

The Street, by Richard Whitlock   Richard Whitlock’s The Street Richard Whitlock’s video projection The Street (2012) captured my attention by reimagining a specific spatial location in ways that visually undermine the mechanical and hierarchical approach typical of Western European

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14th Annual Woodstock Film Festival, by Karen vanMeenen

  14th Annual Woodstock Film Festival, by Karen vanMeenen Woodstock, New York October 2–6, 2013 The fourteenth annual Woodstock film festival exists under the tagline of “fiercely independent” and, although it displays its fair share of glamorous people, parties, and

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Canadian Filmmaker John Greyson and Doctor Tarek Loubani Freed from Egyptian Prison On Friday, October 12, award-wining filmmaker John Greyson and emergency room physician Tarek Loubani returned to Toronto after being held for fifty days in an Egyptian jail without

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VSW Veteran Carrie Mae Weems Awarded MacArthur Prize Carrie Mae Weems was among twenty-four recipients of this year’s prestigious MacArthur Fellowship named last week. Popularly known as the “Genius Award,” the $625,000 no-strings-attached grant is given each year by the

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To Tour or Not: On Critical Tourism, Site-Specificity & the Post-Romantic Condition by Jacquelyn Davis Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts Nida, Lithuania May 16–19, 2013 Located on the Lithuanian Curonian Spit forty-five kilometers south of Klaipėda, minutes

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Allan Sekula, 1951-2013

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